Christina Kohler

Christina Kohler
Yale School of the Environment, Master of Environmental Management, 2023

Christina is a Master of Environmental Management Candidate at the Yale School of the Environment studying collaborative solutions to protecting wildlife on working lands. Before coming to YSE, she worked for an environmental nonprofit, focusing on water and nutrient management on the Central Coast of California and stopping the sale of invasive horticultural plants.  She also studied visitor use impacts while thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail and monitored Mexican spotted owl populations in New Mexico.

Christina holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Molecular Environmental Biology and Environmental Economics & Policy from the University of California, Berkeley.

Authored Articles
Has extractive farming had its day?

The Rise of Regenerative Agriculture: How Food Companies are Catalyzing Regenerative Farming Practices

Food companies have started to incorporate regenerative agriculture into their sustainability strategies and supply chains - it’s an important buzzword today for companies, but how are they defining it? And what are they doing to support farmers in the transition? I spoke with Daily Harvest - the plant-based meal delivery...